|Tim Daley(MI) ||
Posted 06-03-2020 at 06:45:47 [URL] [DELETE]
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Re: Solonoid on 9N
We need some clarification. First, if you mean the starter motor solenoid, all 9N and 2N models never used one. Starter motors were simply a 1-Wire unit with no solenoid. The 8N Model introduced the 3-wire starter motor with a solenoid. If you are referring to the push button safety starter switch, there are two models used on the 9N. One is the early dash-mounted unit, before s/n 12500, and the other is used on all 9N/2N models after the switch was moved to the lower shifter cover by the gear shifter. That part is Ford 9N-11450. Master Parts Catalogs (MPC's)are a huge tool when tracing parts. We have all the 9N and 2N MPC's in our MANUALS forum/library for free download if you need them. You can buy quality new parts from Dennis Carpenter (see LINK) or JUST8N's.com. However, I highly suggest before you go buying any new parts, you perform a root cause problem solving method to determine what exactly is the issue and if a part is defective to beg8in with. 95% of all non-starting issues are due to incorrect wiring, 5% due to fuel issues. Tell us a bit more if you are having symptoms and if you are using a 6V/POS GRN system or a 12V switch out job.
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Posted 06-03-2020 at 05:38:10 [URL] [DELETE]
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Re: Solonoid on 9N
2 and 9N’s did not come from the factory with solenoids. They all had mechanical starter switches. When you press the starter switch, it pushes a piece of linkage into the switch which manually closes the contacts and completes the circuit. Unlike a solenoid which electrically closes the contacts and completes the circuit.
Are you asking how to replace the mechanical starter switch with a solenoid?
If so, you will find out that it's cheaper and easier to fix the mechanical switch.